The Hidden Virus/#48 emerged from a personal experience facing the Covid-19 pandemic. Incertitude, dislocation, pain, surrender, pause, solidarity, positioning and repositioning surfaced in the narratives for this work. The unfamiliar rooted in the familiar. Our day to day encounters with the unknown forced us to be stronger than what we never thought possible. This work is a comment on our resilience as human beings, and time. The time we needed to absorb, to adapt, and to begin a new even in the face of shocking, and out of our control events. A male figure lies on a sofa with two cushions. His head is made of hands that are being washed with water and soap, or cleaned with gel. In the head there are also colourful soap, and gel bottles mixed with tickets, the ones that are use to hold a turn in a line. A line of these tickets in white extends beyond to the background in a curved formation. One of the tickets holds the number 48. The background looks like an aerial view, like the ones you would see through the window of an airplane. This landscape is a night scape, and city lights and roads emerge from the deep blue.
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